Black Flowers Plants will bring a distinctive touch of color and drama to your garden. Containers can be used to grow all of these plants.
Dark purple, deep burgundy, maroon, or red plants are more commonly found in gardens than true black ones. Adding black flowers and plants to a yard or container garden can transform it into a work of art. Combined with other brightly colored plants, they provide a tropical flair.
Botanical Name: Petunia Grandiflora ‘Sophistica Blackberry’
Many black petunia and black cat petunia varieties look almost black, but finding their seeds can be difficult and costly. A simpler alternative is the deep reddish or burgundy-colored ‘Sophistica blackberry’.